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    Still drawing, but got the urge to paint something.

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    Jabo, I just took my time looking through your sb, Very nice progression thus far, I love your speed paintings, and how your experimenting with color, I can tell your learning a lot, at the same time I can see your continuing to use the pencil, which is great. I would suggest doing some anatomy studies if you haven't already been, that will only help your figures become more natural (and of course drawing from life) to your hand. Your graphic design work is inspiring, thanks for sharing. Looking forward to your updates, thanks for stopping in my book,

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    I love your environments, the mood in each and every one of them is great
    I love how you tend to use complemetory colours a lot, oh and thanks for sharing the selection thingy
    Keep em' comming!

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    Darktwin: Thanks a lot for your visit and nice words. I'm struggling with the actual learning-parts of the learning-process, but I'm slowly realizing it's really worth it. Drawing from my fat anatomy book hasn't kept me motivated tho, I need some life drawing classes! Or maybe pay a hooker to pose for me *drifts off*

    Nivec: Happy to hear you like the mood. Complementary contrast is the most powerful contrast to me, it works every time and you have a lot of possibilities.

    Some mere form/light/color-studying. It went terribly wrong for the first two, and now looking at the bottom ones, I realize they're green, not golden. Uhm...

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    Hey there. I couldn't sleep and after 5 hours of lying around uselessly in my bed, I just started painting again. Powered by Caff-ff-ffe-e-ei-ne. More to come.

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    *shameless thread pushing*

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    I really dig the last three images, they are really cool
    Especially the dude with the sword, I love that one

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    Thanks Nivec.

    Ok, here's a girlie. Reffed the lines (badly) and had the values as a rough cut. Then I went with a tutorial about skintones posted on IRC (I guess it was a painter tut though), that's why I named the mixers. Something went wrong tho, I couldn't get the neck and throat area to look right and all I got was this rash-looking purple. Quite happy with the facial colors though. The eyes look wrong tho.

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    Hey Jabo!!You´ve got some awesome enviros here!!!I wish I draw enviros like you do!!!Work harder on figure drawing.Keep posting,man!!

    Cheers!

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    hey, it's nice to see you doing some figures and characters. you've got some really great environments, but it's good to broaden out like you are.

    when looking at the faces, i just assumed it was your style to set the eyes farther apart than in real life. if not, that's probably what makes them look off. for example, with this last one, you drew the face straight on, where as the girl's head is actually tilted to the camera and shows more of the side of her head next to the left eye. it might help to draw the head as a 3d shape and place a contour line down the center and across the eyes/nose/mouth at the beginning. hope that helps

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    Hey there ^^
    Awesome environments throughout the entire thread.
    You've managed to capture a great mood in a lot of them.

    Nice to see some characters/figures Keep it up!
    Feed your fans ;P \o/

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    Camara: I'm working on it, thanks for the kind words again. Awesome sketchbook you got there!

    notspecialist: Thanks for the pointers. I'm trying hard. But when my faces look off, the bodies look even uglier. Gotta work hard on improving my figures.

    Zynic: Thanks! Laughed hard about the fan phrase

    Alright, here's an update. The first one is latest, and it was quite a pleasure to see the results of constructing and working from rough to fine. Clean version will follow, then I'll color it. As you can see in the pic with the colored "shemale", I still don't get skin colors, or realistic colors in general. Sucks.

    Oh yeah, I've been doing lots of analog-sketching too. Nothing worth showing tho, I find the boundaries of a sheet of paper very limiting

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    EDIT: As the kind of equipment- I am, and out of boredom just before bedtime, here are my core tools. Most of them collected and inherited from my father and grandfather (first being a graphic designer just as I am, latter a late artist - he made beautiful water color paintings). The yellow LYRA pencil is the latest addition to the collection. Like every piece of high-quality equipment, it isn't manufactured anymore So I'll try to have as much fun with it as I can. Never had a better pencil. Awesome feeling and flow. Not on the photo are various copics and other markers. I don't use markers too often anyway.

    Oh, and yes, I know I should be drawing instead. And I know that these tools won't a) make my penis larger and more importantly b) make my art better. But I love my tools.

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    Here's a new speedy. Like the concept, hate what it looks like. Gotta learn how to draw sexy things.

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    And random craps.

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